Japanese Core 2000 Step 01 Listening Sentence Vocab + Images
20.07MB. Updated 2012-08-25.
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Here’s the first Step of our Japanese Core 200 Series. This course covers 200 of the most basic words in Japanese.
With these first 200 items, you’ll learn: essential verbs such as する (to do), 行く (to go), 見る (to look); words you can use to talk about yourself, your family, and others; seasons, numbers, dates; and words related to learning Japanese.
Covers items ranked #1-200 (Beginner Level)
And did a bit of editing after import to get jpg files in place.
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When you start to use the deck, consider suspending all production cards. If you feel bogged down from what seems like too many of the same term/sentence, this will help. After I did this I progressed much quicker with the same card retention rates.
Posted on 2014-02-03
I cant wait to finish the deck to comment, Anki and this deck are both amazing!
Posted on 2013-12-13
I learned a lot from this deck and I'm going to continue with other decks from this series.
Domo arigato gozaimas!
Nice for setence practice.
Posted on 2013-10-12
Really lovely deck.
Although I know most the vocabulary in this deck so far, so 95% of the purely vocab words get deleted. I didn't download it for that use anyhow.
My problem lies in recognizing words in phrases when spoken out loud, and in recognizing certain kanji's within sentences.
This deck helps wonderfully for what I downloaded it for. (I'm guessing most people don't download it for mainly listening comprehension.)
Posted on 2013-08-15
Simply awesome! Thanks a lot!
Posted on 2013-02-17
I'm pretty much a beginner due to my vocabulary.
This deck is really helpful for me! It helps to understand spoken sentences, not only reading written ones. But of course it also trains reading and remembering kanjis (with help of images).
Great job, I highly recommend it!